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Sherine Abdel-Razek analyses what the balance sheets of actively traded companies have to say about the wider economy

A recent study by the multinational professional services network of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) concluded that Egypt offers excellent opportunities for investors and education providers seeking a foothold in the MENA region.

Egypt’s economy has received the thumbs up from another ratings agency, but debt is still a matter of concern, reports Sherine Abdel-Razek

Britain’s exploitation of Egypt’s economic resources was one of the main reasons behind the 1919 Revolution

Al-Ahram Weekly finds out what the increase in January’s inflation rates means

The Egyptian stock market has gained more than 13 per cent since the beginning of the year after a relatively weak 2018

A new tranche of Egypt’s IMF loan is to be disbursed soon, and there have been other developments that might continue to keep the pound stable through 2019

Can the dollar-pound exchange rate remain stable for much longer?



While closing in the red in most of September’s trading sessions, the Egyptian stock exchange has been faring relatively well during the current emerging markets crisis

The government has chosen five profit-making state-owned companies for privatisation

The IMF’s third review of Egypt’s economic reform programme sounds positive notes

Despite social and other challenges, the government is pressing ahead with its economic reform programme

The government is trying to cushion the effects of further austerity measures on the poorer segments of the population

The government announced its plans for Egypt’s 2018-19 budget this week, targeting a growth rate of 5.8 per cent of GDP

Twenty-three state-owned companies will be privatised over the next two years, the Ministry of Finance has announced

For the first time in 16 months the Central Bank of Egypt has opted to cut interest rates

Al-Sisi has introduced many necessary economic reforms at the price of possible unpopularity

Improved economic indicators suggest the difficult reforms enacted in late 2016 are starting to pay off

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